The Islander
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Title: The Islander
Uniform Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Physical Description: 36 v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Islander Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Anna Maria Fla
Creation Date: July 28, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579543
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Holmes Beach Shows Largest IncreaseReal ;, Island IncorporationOn

Sunday's "Meet The Manatee -

estate and tangible per valuations increased by $173,220, Press" radio program, SenatorEd
sonal property valuations have in to bring its valuation (nonexempt Price, Jr., of Bradenton, in
creased more than $8,000,000 in ) total to $2,080,080. Bra- answer to a question, said that the
Manatee County, according to the denton Beach, with the largest members of .the State Legislaturewould
tax roll for 1960 announced last population of any of the three do whatever the people on
week by Tax Assessor James Island cities, now has a total non- prap the Island wanted (regarding pass-
Howze, Jr. The increase is slightlymore exempt valuation of $1,314,670, p r age of a bill for a charter for an
\ than ten per cent over the an increase ove* 1959 of $13,310. incorporated Island city), but the
1959 roll. Total valuation for the entire residents first would have tQ get
The Town of Holmes Beach Island, after exemptions have been together and agree on what they
showed the largest increase in the deducted, is $7,101,230. Tax is wanted before presentation of the
County, $382,540, bringing that based on approximately 55 per bill to the Legislature.Price .
town's total nonexempt valuation cent of the total assessed real estate made a similar statementat
to $3,709,480. Anna Maria City valuation.For a meeting of the three county
a members of the Legislature and

About The Island those who have boats or the public, held at the Harvey Memorial -

y EDITOR'S NOTE: The following yachts there are two marinas and Mosquito control drainage ditch blocked by fill for new Island highway, with result Church in Bradenton
Beach in March 1959.
article was given us by Mrs. Walter plenty of houses on the many ing stagnant water, ideal place for mosquito larvae. (Islander Photo) ,
Frink of North Shore Drive.It canals where boats may be tied
was published in the Chatta- up in someone's own back yard. DR. JANE CARBONI Teen Dance And Contest
(Tennessee Times July There is an airstrip for those
nooga ) of Another of the summer dancesat
19, and was headed by an editor's who have their own planes and Named A.A.U.W. Education Chairman the Youth Center took place
usually several can be seen there.
"So have asked
note: many people 100
Saturday night. Nearly teen-
AIrs. Malcolm Rawlings of Look- Anna Maria is famous for its Earlier this month, at the State on Federal legislation concerning agers attended, and again the
out Mountain just where is Anna lovely birds, especially the mock- Convention of the American Association education, and the so-called Fed- music was ably furnished by the
Maria Island that she has very ing birds, redwing blackbirds and of University Women in eral aid to education, and generally "Flattops." This week a dance con-
kindly written this description for doves. Seen on the beaches are Miami, Dr. Jane Carboni of Seahorse to further the educationalstatus test was held. Winners in the slow
The Times." Mr. and Mrs. Raw- hundreds of gulls and pelicans, Lane, Holmes Beach, was of women and to see that dance division were Phil Davidscn
lings purchased a winter home on white herons and many others. chosen state chairman of the A.A. education for women does not lag and his partner Dabney Frost.
Cocoanut Avenue, Anna Maria, There is a small island nearby U.W. committee on higher educa- behind that for men. The National Russell King and Shirley Backalod
and spent the winter and spring maintained especially for" birds. It organization also makes recom- took the honors for fast dancing.
it called "Bird Island. Late in tion.A
member of the Manatee mendations and suggestions for
here.Why travel far and expensivelyto the afternoon hundreds of birds County Branch of.the organizationsince areas of study for local branches.An .
see and enjoy exotic tropicalscenes may be seen heading towards this becoming a resident of the A.A.U.W. educational cen- Appeal For
when just 10 miles off the island for food and refuge. Island in 1956, Dr. Carboni wasa ter building, to be erected in the Youth CenterThe
Tamiami Trail (Route 41) on the Shell collectors find Anna Mariaa charter member of the branchin heart of Washington, D. C., is ,
West Coast of Florida you can rich source of supply for color- Floral Park, Long Island, where soon to become a reality, and will Anna Maria Island
., -ride.inour.own.cnr beau.r ful shells of every kind..Some daysit national Youth Center on Magnolia Aver
across a she formerly lived and taught for serve as headquarters. ?
tiful is hard to walk on the beaches Recommended A.A.U.W. is nue, Anna Maria, recently expanded
new bridge to lovely, tropical 26 years. by a
Island? without stepping on the delicate of 430 and uni- largely through the efforts -
; Anna :Maria In the county branch, she has list only colleges
The main road runs for seven Sand Dollar shell. One day it look- served as chairman of the com- versities, with the approval of the of volunteers, is now in
t miles along the edge of the Gulf ed as though Neptune had broken organization granted on the basisof need of several hundred dollarsto
of Mexico. In some places the Is- the bank! V faculty qualifications, libraryand complete certain phases of
With all this the beaches never facilities.A the work on the building. ,
land is so narrow you can see 7 laboratory
Tampa Bay on the East side and seem to be too crowded, with the T' 1i. fellowship program is also Island residents or visitors,
everywhere may be seen palm and exception of the public beach i. .r maintained, with 30 foreign or part-time residents on the
cocoanut trees, Australian pines, which is run by Manatee County.It women students brought to the Island, who are in sympathy ,
l' is used mostly by tourists and : with the work of the Youth I
sea grape and many flowering ..Q United States for study each year,
plants.At people from the mainland who m SK : :df4; and 50 American women given Center are asked to send con- I
Christmas time the Island is drive over for the day. 1b It grants of from two to six thousand tributions, large or small, to
There are lifeguards, bath- The Islander to be used for
either hereor
gay with bright, red-berried pep Y dollars each for study
trees and large poinsettias. houses, the usual concessions and abroad. work at the center.
per Being surrounded by the warm restaurant. The roof over the large .4 On the local level, the county Checks should be made out
Gulf the Island's temperature is beach building is designed and branch offers a scholarship to to: "Island Youth Center."
r usually warmer than the main- used for sunbathing.There Manatee Junior College for a girl
land and even in 1958 when much are two shopping centerson graduate of any high school in
vegetation froze in Florida there the island, with many food the county for one year of study, of the school's scholarship com
was no frost on this island and stores, two drug stores, bakeries, and if the applicant is considered mittee, which made recommendations
; flowers bloomed all through the laundries, hardware and furniture ; worthy and needs financial assist- for scholarships to the students -
winter. stores. Beach togs and souvenirsmay ance, she is recommended for a and director of research for
:Many people live on the Island be obtained almost anywhereand !L scholarship for her second year. the school district, which entailed
all year. Some families have four there is a laundromat with Dr. Carboni's education and ex- estimating future enrollments and
generations living there. The ma- driers, and several good restaur- s. .. perience make her well-qualified trying to establish what educational
jority have winter homes and ants where seafood may be enjoyed. I to carry out the duties of her recent needs would be in advanceof
usually stay for five or six months, There is a community church appointment. A native of their becoming critical needs. S
but it is also a favorite place for and several denominational Ithaca, N. Y., she attended Cornell Widely traveled throughout Eu
toUrists, with plenty of motels of churches, also a fine school. and the University of Rochester, rope and the Mediterranean coun- 1
every type to suit every purse. Deep-sea fishing trips can be and earned her graduate degreesat tries, both women are warm and '
r Many are right on the beautiful made daily directly across from the Teachers College at Colum- charming, and thoroughly enjoy ,
Gulf beach with its snowwhitesand. one of the two bridges, and thereare bia University. their attractive home on the Island.
three fishing piers on the Bay Following a few years of teach- They say that after they discov- \
side, making the island an attrac- ing in upstate New York public ered the Island in 1946, they gave -
tive resort for fishermen. schools and three Nazareth other and besidesa
F years at up any traveling f
; : Anna Maria Island can be College in Rochester, she join trip here each winter, devoted
reached by either of two paved ed the faculty of Sewanhaka High their planning and resources to
A.t xt roads out of Bradenton, Fla., each School in Floral Park when that establishing their permanent home
having its own modern bridge con- school first opened in 1930, a here. They purchased their site in
necting the island to the mainland. school that became one of the 1952 and their home was com
Both are free to exit, 30 cents to leading high schools in the coun- pleted in 1953. .
enter; but what a bargain! try within a few years. Both are still dedicated teachersat
And so, should vou be down the When the school opened it hada heart, and extremely interested
West Coast of Florida, you can student body of about 500 anda in the educational progress of all '
Dr. Jane Carboni (Islander Photo)
enjoy the tropics for a 30-cent faculty of 50, and when Dr. Car- young people, both as a group andas
bridge toll from the already popular and organizations in the area, and boni retired in 1956, it had an individuals.
Florida resort spot of Bradenton. in addition, has addressed the enrollment of more than 5,000 anda
f state A.A.U.W convention. faculty of 275. Dr. Carboni's Air Temperatures
mittee on higher education, and sister, Mrs. Mary DeMattia, who
Water TemperaturesCourtesy has spoken before various groups taught secretarial studies at the $a.m. Noon 6 p.m.
She explains the National AJV. school during the same period is July 19 76 90 84
( Allen Manager UW. educational program brieflyas also a local resident, the two July 20 74 92 86
_... ... Manatee County Public Beach)
.6. I 19-92 July 22-89 an effort by the organization to women making their home to- July 21 ..._....... 75 90 85
Steve DeWolf, part-time Islander and university July keep a watchful eye on the stand- gether.Dr. July 22 ._.. .... 73 93 86
student, who has earned much July 20-94 July 23-89 ards of education for women, on Carboni was chairman of July 23 70 90 84
favorable and comment stories in from The readers Islander.for hi July 21-91 July 24 92 :the college level particularly; to the school's modern language department July 24 72 92 87
poems (Islander Photo] July 25-90 I';Study and make recommendations and also was chairman July 25 .72 90 85

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2 THE ISLANDER. Thursday July 28, 1960

The Islander ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA Little League Standings Alderman White

TELEPHONE 9-7031 Jivib (Through July 23rd) Vacationing
ense Won Lost Alderman Mrs. Ruby White of

Editor ..__ ?_._nn_ STEVE KIMBALL \ORr04News Indians \_..._ _........... 3 1 Holmes Beach is leaving this week
THE EDITOR Pirates 2 2
for a two week vacation to be
and Advertising MARGE KIMBALL g
Yankees 1 3.
Q 0 "Tropical Anna Maria Island is WEEK spent visiting family and friends
near Florida" was the headline GAMES LAST in Kentucky and Tennessee. She
Mail Address: Anna Maria FloridaSubscription used by the Chattanooga Times Indians-17; Pirates-9 expects to return home about August

$3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in adrance. over an article we have reprintedthis Pirates-3 Indians-14 Yankees-2; Yankees-9 14.
Canada, $5.00 per year. week. And all the time we ;

Advertising rates $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive thought we were part of Florida, LEADING HITTERS Keep up with Island affairs by
insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. but at least, we seem to be getting Andy Torgeson (Yankees)., .857 reading The Islander.
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY.An closer! Mark Edwards (Indians)_ .700

Gary Wagner (Pirates)_ .692

THE ISLANDER independent PUBLISHING weekly published COMPANY every Thursday by Florida Repainting of the lines at the Bill Thibodeau (Indians)_ .612 Youth Center Schedule I
Anna Maria
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS, Bradenton Florida Holmes Beach Shopping Center Chuck Brown (Indians)_ .615 Friday evenings at the Island
would greatly facilitate customer Youth Center will be set aside

Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. parking there. We are told that Former Mayor for all Island and visiting J

there is seldom a week when thereare Leaves Island youngsters from the ages of 9

Issue Number 455 not one or two minor accidents Former Mayor William Brier of through 12. Games and dancingwill

As this issue of The Islander is finished and ready to be printed, in the parking lot. Another Anna Maria has sold his home on 9:30.be enjoyed from 7:30 until \1
suggestion that would make more
both members of the editorial "staff" are happy and excited. North Shore Drive and moved to The
parking available for customers Youth Center will be
Number 455 is the fifty-second Islander published by the present spaces Bay Shore Gardens. Brier, who resigned for '
is that all the shoppingcenter open the each
owners-and-editors, which means that we have finished our first year as mayor in 1958, ran for teenagers .
personnel park their cars Wednesday evening from 7:30
of election in February and was defeated -
operation.To elsewhere than in front of the 'til 10 o'clock. More than 40
advertisers subscribers readers contributors and by a small margin.
our many stores where they work. attended last week's soiree.
extend heartfelt thanks for their When The Islander, prior to the
news sources, we our support, cour- Dances with live music each
tesy, encouragement, interest, assistance and occasional kind words. city election, ran an item saying
Saturday evening will be offered
Advertising lineage has been nearly double that of the year previous, Frank Clingan HonoredFrank that Brier intended to move to Bay at the Center until fur-
and subscriptions and newsstand sales are far ahead of what they Shore Gardens, it was denied by a ther notice.

were when we assumed control. H. Clingan of Detroit, confidant of Brier's.

We feel that a special "thank you" is due to "lower case" Ed who owns a home on 56th Street,

Bauman, who has helped us in many ways, and also to Frank Joynerand Holmes Beach, which he and Mrs. ANNA MARIA TIDES (
his staff at the Franklin Press for their active interest and assist- Clingan occupy part of each win-
ter, was recently elected presidentof (Compiled;:>> by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply)

ance.We know that our version of The Islander has not pleased every- the Detroit Chapter of the JULY HIGH LOW -

one. No one on this earth-or elsewhere-could do that. A few have Michigan Society of Professional 28 29 Thur.Fri. 2:54 3:32 a.m. 1".4: 2:23 p.m 1.8 8:07 a.m. 0.6 8:52 p.m. 0.1
a.m. 1.5 3:19 1.5
p.m. 9:11a.m.1024a.m.. 0.5
let their subscriptions lapse--but those few were far outnumberedby Engineers. He is Senior AssociateFrank 30 Sat. 4:12 a.m. 1.6 4:29 p.m. 1.3 0.4 10.-09p.m.929p.m. 0.3 0.5

the many hundreds who have renewed their subscriptions, and 31 5un4:57a.m.. 1.8 5.58 a.m. 1.1 11:43a.m.0.3 10:52 p.m. 0.7
those who have subscribed for the first time. AUG.

Moreover, during the year, criticism directed to us has been 2 1 Tues.Mon. 5:48 6:45 a.m. 1.9 7:55 p.m. 1.0 1:04 p.m. 0.1 11:40p.m. 0.8
: a.m. 2.0 10:45 p.m. 1.0 2:20 p.m.0.1
surprisingly little. A half-dozen letters from one source, with the 3 Wed. 7:45a.m. 2.1 11:52 p.m. 1.1 12:38 a.m. 0.9 27p.m.-0.3
criticism all a matter of personal opinion; one comment from an ex- 4 Thilf. _8:43 a.m 2.2 1:40a.m. 1.0 423p.m.-0.4
subscriber who said he was "not interested in reading the church S Fri. 12:29 a.m. 1.1 9:39a.m. 2.3 2:43: a.m. 1.0 5:10 p.m.-0.5

news," and a suggestion from a subscriber, which arrived. with his 7 6 Sat.Sun 12:54 a.m. 1.1 10:34 a.m. 2.4 3:42a.m.: 0.9 5:53 p.m.-0.4
1:10a.m. 1.1 11:25a.m. 2.3
check for renewal, that we offer more personal opinions in print. 8 .Mon.1:25 a.m. 1.2 12:16 p.m. 2.2 S:32 4:38a.m.a.m. 0.7 0.8 706 6:31 p.m.0.2 p.m.-03

Looking at the other side of the coin, we have received many, 9 Tues. 1:45 a.m. 1.2 :05 p.m. 2.0 626a.m. 0.6 7:40 p.m. 0.0
many notes, letters and comments telling us that we are working 1 10 Wed. 2:11: a.m. L4; 1:56 p.m. 1.8 722a.m. 05 8:13: p.m. 02
11 Thur. 2:41 a.m. 1.5 2:49 p.m. 1.6 820a.m. 0.4 8:48 0.4
along the right line-following the correct policy. p.m.
12 Fri: 3:18 a.m. 1.6 3:51 1.4 923
Several of our editorials have been reprinted and widely dis 13 Sat. 4:00 a.m. 1.6 5:03 p.m.p.m 1.2 10:32 a.m.a.m. 0.3 0.4 10:09 925p.m. 0.6 0.7

tributed. Many issues have been purchased "wholesale" manyas 14 'Sun. 4:50 a.m. 1.7 6:45 p.m. 1.1 11:48 a.m. 0.3 10:59 p.m.p.m. 0.8

400 copies at a time-by individuals and organizations, and 1S Mon. 5:48 a.m. 1.7 9:00 p.m. 1.0 1:00 p.m. 0.2 11:59 p.m. 0.9

mailed or otherwise distributed. We have been praised often, and 17 16 Tues.Wed. 6:51 7:53 a.m.. 1.8 10:11 p.m. 1.1 220 p.m. 0.1
a.m. 1.8 10:56 1.1 1:01
p.m a.m. 0.9 3:18p.m. 0.0
damned but seldom. 18 Thur. 8:47 a.m. 1.9 11:27 a.m. 1.1 1:58 a.m. 0.9 4:04 0.0
We feel that we have learned much about the Island and its 19 Fri. 9:35a.m.2.0 11:45 p.m. 1.1 2:47a.m. 0.9 4:40 pjn.-0.1 p.m.

people, and have made many friends. Our policy has been-and will 20 Sat. 10:15 a.m. 2.0 11:56 p.m. 1.1 3:32 a.m. 0.8 5:11 p.m.-o.1
Sun. 10:53
continue to be--to give our readers sober, reflective and factual cover- Clingan 22 Mon. 12:10 a.m. 2.1 4:12 a.m. 0.7 5:39 p.m.-o.1
a.m. 1.2 11:29 2.1
age of Island news. "Dogs on the beaches and potholes in the streets"have Electrical Engineer with the 23 Tues. 12:28 a.m. 1.3 12:06 a.m.p.m. 2.0 5:31 4:51 a.m.a.m. 0.5 0.6 6:06 633p.m.p.m. 0.1 0.0

not been beneath our notice as they were to a former editor, School Housing Division in De- 24 Wed. 12:52 a.m. 1.4 12:46 p.m. 1.9 6:12 a.m. 0.4 7.03p.m. 0.1
and we try to back whatever we believe is best for the Island. troit. 25 Thur. 119a.m.1.5 1:28 p.m. 1.8 6:58a.m.0.3 733pm. 03

We have found that publishing The Islander is an exacting and There 800 26 27 Sat.Fri. 1:51 a.m. 1.6 2:18 p.m. 1.6 7:50 a.m. 0.2 8.05p.m. 0.4
are approximately 2:26a.m. 1.7 3:18p.m. 1.4
839am. 0.2
time consuming occupation-but we love it! And-barring some unforeseen 28 Sun. 838pm. 0.6
members of the Society in the a.m. 1.8 4:32 p.m 1.2 9:57 a.m. 0.1 9:13 p.m. 0.8
circumstance-we plan to keep at it for many years to come. Detroit area, approximately 2,150 29 Mon. 3:56a.m. 1.9 6:18p.m. 1.0 11:17a.m. 0.1 957pm. 0.9

members in the State Society and 31 30 Tues. 4:58 a.m. 1.9 10:00 p.m. 1.1 12:42 p.m. 0.0 11:13 p.m. 1.0
W.cd. 6:13
a.m. 10:46: p.m 1.1 2:04: p.m.0.1
nearly 55,000 members of the Na-
Mosquito Control Program Set Back For Cortex and
Bradenton Beach, add
tional Society of Professional seven minutes to high tide readings; add one
Four years of conscientious effort on the part of a group of Engineers.The hour, six minutes to low tide readings.Figures following time indicate height of tide.)

Island citizens, dedicated to the control of mosquitoes seems to have is
Society comprised entirely -
been in vain, due to the negligence of either the State Road Department of who COLORFUL AND USEFUL NEW LIFE
registered engineers,
or the contractor on the new road from 31st Street to Route 64. are in a similar category with FOR ALL METAL SURFACES WITH

The County Mosquito Control has done a fine job of permanent lawyers, dentists, doctors, archi- Rust-Oleum
Stops Rust!
drainage in the area, but the contractor has blocked all the drainage tects and others who are required.

ditches (see picture) and installed culverts which drain nothing, but to pass state examinations to per- AT ONLY $2.98 QT.

are in themselves a potential breeding place for mosquito larvae. form services to the public. YOUR ISLAND DEALER FOR RUST-OLEUM
We appreciate the advantages of the new road, but feel that witha 1:

little additional effort, much, if not all, of the present infestationof HOLMES SUPPLIES .

mosquitoes could have been prevented.Each FOR OFFICE FURNITURE BUILDING MATERIALSDAILY '

of the female pests hatched in the area, under "proper" AND SUPPLIES FREE DELIVERY

conditions, will multiply hundreds of times, thereby setting the Island The Bradenton Phones 9-3554
mosquito control effort back practically to where it was four years Office Equipment Co. or 9-5011
Holmes Beach
,Anna Maria Island
530 13th St. BRADENTON
ago.To the good people who contributed so freely to the mosquito

control fund, and to those who have spent many hours of actual
labor, we can but offer our sympathy. We have done the best we Superb facilities
can, larviciding well and often, but it is impossible to get to all of rates at Bedroom

the stagnant water backed up by the new road fill. for two or three

We have received promises from both the contractor and State persons for only

Road supervisors that they will remedy the situation, but the mos- $55 per week-

quitoes continue to breed and hatch. and airconditioning .
maid service,
EDITORS' NOTE: Although this editorial was furnished us by the Mos- TV, swimming f<<: ,s,, ;. .. "' :: .
quito Control Committee of the Island Chamber of Commerce, the pool, shuffle- v -"

views expressed do represent those of this paper. board courts, and a lovely beach.
for Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2551

WILLIAM R. KEKMODE HOLMES BEACH PHONE 9-32M Mail address: Bradenton Beach

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, CHURCHESHARVEY Island Girl In Accelerated Problems of American Democracy, designed especially to keep the effort No Bank Site PurchasedLast

,. MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational Program At Stetson elected by Susan, or an intensive of the students at a high level. week The Islander stated

f ( ) mathematics course which is pre- Susie that although she will
says that a site for a proposed bankon
t Bradenton Beach Susan Barnes, pretty 17-year- ferred by the majority. miss some of the traditional fun the Island had been purchased.Such .
t: Rxv. A. W. SIMMS old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Classes small 20 25 and
E SUNDAY: are to of being a senior at high school, is not the case. We have been
F 9:30 a.m. Sunday School. John K. Barnes of Anna l\laria.is each class is taught by two teachers she feels that the year saved will informed that no definite site has
of the two girls from Manatee in order each student
one to give be worth the sacrifice. Whether or
been chosen but that two sites are
School who students ina individual and
High are more not the authorities at Manatee
Priest under consideration.The .
Schedule of Masses highly accelerated course ofMiss each class runs from one and one- High will grant her a diploma is
that site had
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 aon. r half hours (English) to two hours ,a moot question, but she feels that impression a
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 a.m. Ih for history and mathematics, and the high school diploma will lose been purchased or optioned was
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 ajn. and 6:00 p.m. the first class of the day is at its significance once she is in col- gained from the fact that the
which applied for a charterfor
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL 7:30 AJV1. lege. She was to have been secretary group
a bank, also applied to the
REV. LEE RATLIFF. Pastor To emphasize the "sound mindin of the :Manatee High Chapterof
Board of Aldermen of the Townof
THURSDAY: a sound body" theory, each the National Honor Society,
Intermediate G. A. Holmes Beach for a change in
4:00 p.m. student must also take compulsory and won her chance to enter the
SUNDAY: d zoning on the site mentioned, to
recreation classes with
9:45 am. Sunday School. swimminga course at Stetson, plus a scholar-
allow for the building and *
11:00 a.m. Worship Service. must one day each week, and a ship, because of her marks on operation
RehearsaL choice offered for other week- of a bank. The original request -
5:00 p.m. Concord Choir two National Scholarship examina-
5:45 Youth Fellowship and Susie tennis for the change in zoning,
p.m. : :r ly periods. prefers as tions and College Board entrance
Junior Choir. it a game at which she has showedsome examinations. which was granted, was made in
6:30 p.m. Training Union. and it 1958 and renewed in 1959, and at
proficiency, uses as
.MONDAY 7:30 p.m. Preaching Service. her choice. She says that the Uni Results of the first two yearsof the time of the requests, at least
: operation of the course seem members of the Board of
offers excellent facilities some
G.A. ,
3:00 Junior versity
p.m. ':;.AJ to have been successful with all
WEDNESDAY: ':-: for sports. The students swim in Aldermen gained the same impres-
10:00 a.m. Young Matrons Class Meet- ; nearby DeLeon Springs and water but a small percentage of the students sion about purchase of the site.
having entered Stetson or
ing. ,
and Bible Study. ", ski on the St. Johns River.
7:45 pjn. Prayer other universities and achieved
8:30 p.m. Adult Choir Rehearsal. Besides the intensive classroom good standings in their classes. TO KEEP UP WITH EVENTS ON
kJ study, a three-hour supervised
MEMORIAL CHURCHNon.Denominationol ;.; The lead THE ISLAND READ THE IS-
ROSER study period from 7 to 10 each course may to some -
( I) revision of in the educa- LANDER. SUBSCRIBE for
,. thinking only
\.> each student
Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. ",',., evening keeps a
f tional field. $3.50 per year.
WlCCINS high level of concentration on his

THURSDAY: 1 or her courses, although for the ..
8:00 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal. .,' second half of the eight weeks, WELLS ART STUDIO BUILDER OF HOMES
FRIDAY: Oil Water Color and Other Media Houses suitable for Island climate
4:00 Youth Choir Rehearsal. ".JIIii" ___.1 the student is allowed two eve-
p.m. Textile Painting Picture Framing and conditions. Remodeling Repairs
SUNDAY nings each week during which he : -
Susie Barnes (Islander Photo 1322 Fourth Avenue West : Additions. Trustworthy estimates -
9:00 Worship Service. she take in other
ajn. or can part cam- Phone 3-6582 given.
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. No student is al-
10:00 ajn. Meeting of Congregationin study at Stetson University at De- pus Bradenton, Florida NORMAN ROSEDALE _
Church. Land. lowed to leave the campus except Come and see us at our new location. Anna Maria Off. 9-5314, Home 9-7765

7:15 p.m. Intetrmediate and Senior with a parent or faculty member.
The course, instituted as an ex
Youth Fellowships. Two of the students are girls
7:45 p.m. High School Graduate Fel periment two years ago, offers who are only 15, and who had
lowship. high school juniors an opportunityto completed only their sophomorehigh MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO.
complete their "senior" high
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL school but were accepted -
LUTHERAN CHURCH school year in eight weeks, and if in the years course because they Cortez and Palma Sola Roads Phone: 02-1231

Minister: REV. FRANK LTIRLT successful in the course, the stu students.In .
THURSDAY: dents can enter the University as were outstanding CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE .' PICTURE FRAMES
order that there will be
Church Council Meeting. no
17:30 p.m. first students in September.In .
SATURDAY: year "let down" in effort after the students COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALS
9:30 a.m. Catechetical Class. order to insure the success the
enter University, a new
SUNDAY: of the program only top ranking honors is planned. It is Your smallest order receives careful attention; no order is too big to merit less.
9:00 a.m. Church School. students are accepted, and this

10:00 a.m. The Service. year a total of 96 were enrolled, __________.
6:30 Luther League. ----------------------------------------
p.m. -------------------------
with six or eight dropping out in PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION the first few weeks. All studentsare TELEVISION ti

Rev. GERALD(Episcopal K.)LoWE required to take English, anda AIRCONDITIONERSExpert i Preferred Rates For Careful, Skippers ,

THURSDAY: reading course designed to speedup and Prompt Service .! ". I
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion.' their reading intake. The only ,
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8:00 ajn. Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m. Family Eucharist and

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9-7921 !
Commission will meet at 7:30 p.m. on 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL .
August 9, 1960, at the Fire Station In
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CORP.The .

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SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION is one of the wonders of nature that on our \
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726 8th Ave- Palmetto "Service With Interest"" 03-0231 Island beautiful Anna Maria a way has been
On Trail. South of Cortez Road
provided to obtain pure, crystal clear water despite {

the fact that we are surrounded by the salty seas.
The secret of course is drilling to depths where
OPEN WEONUOAT AND FRIDAY EVENINGS nature has stored bubbling springs and swiftrunningstreams.
IT APPOINTMENT PHONE 9-7352 Bonded Master Plumber's License We tap these sources with deep wells, and

Cor. Pine and Shad Anna Mono City thus guarantee our customers a never-ending supplyof
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Pap 4 .TIW ISLANDER Thursday July,28,1960

Report From JamboreeEDIToa's Island Sentinel -- this construction there lies an in
teresting bit of Island history.
NOTE: The following An ol curiosity
object to
is a report from Island Boy Scout rarx ,y-.ws q' ,v'z'4 Islanders and Island visitors lathe Pierre Vignaux and his wife,
Marguerite, came to Anna Maria
Chris Hoffman who is attendingthe
four-posted structure which stands
in the winter of 1929. They
National Boy Scout Jamboreeat out in the Gulf directly in frontof the Anna Maria
? bought Pavilion
x ,
Colorado Springs, Colo., from "
the "Sandbar. The posts are and remodeled it into a dance hall.
July 22 to 28, a report written en now a roost for pelicans, sea gulls, Under the friendly and jovial direction

route: and,, other: water fowL But behind of the Vignaux, the dance
16 1960
ag.'t7rx pavilion became a popular spot
No bunch of q
one ever saw a
more excited boys than there are r University for three years. with the Island youth. As an added .
The Garners have recently re- attraction, Pierre had a diving
on this train. We are in the last ,
?{ turned to this country followingthree tower installed. It then stood about
didn't until
and to eat
car, we get -
2:15 P.M. One of our Scoutmasters ::1 I .. ,,, __ years of service in Germany, 150 feet offshore.
has more than a hundred t 1 ; 1 one year in Stuttgart and two Recently, it has been noticed
comic books, and they are being years in Mannheim. Major Garn- that the old diving tower is phosphorescent
widely read. er's next assignment will be at the and stands as glowing

Going to Jacksonville there are ...,," ,. "M Command and General Staff Col- columns against the night-a sentinel
lege at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, for Anna Maria.MIMEOGRAPHING.
of Scouts from St. Petersburg
six cars Major and Mrs. H. M. Garner and (left to right) Steve, 5; Patrick, 12; Jennifer;: which he will attend for ten
Tampa,Clearwater and our and Douglas, 7. (Islander Photo] SERVICE
council (Sunny Land). months.
Franklin Press
Just now the Scouts discoveredthat Island VisitorsAn Department.After Both Major and Mrs. Garner

the seats will turn, and are attractive family of Island :the war, Major Garner left are looking forward to the day LETTERS BULLETINS.- NOTICES ETC

they turning! There will be 14 vistors are Major and Mrs. H. M. the Army and lived on the Island, when they will be able to retire 322 12th St. W. Bradenton. Florida
Troops on the train that we will Garner, who, with their three where he worked for two and one- and live on the Island. PHONE 3-0631
meet in Jacksonville. blond sons and one daughter, are half years for Jack Holmes, Island
vacationing at the Duff Cottageson Realtor. He re-enlisted in the late
1960 Starfish Road, Holmes Beach. forties and spent three years in UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
July 17,
Now we have Scouts from South Major Garner, a native of Geor- Yokohama, Japan. INSURANCE COMPANY

Carolina, the Canal Zone, Georgia, gia, and a graduate of Georgia Under Army sponsorship, he attended Sine 1897
and from a far-away neighbor, Tech, entered the Army in 1942, several courses and schools. Protect your Real Estate Investments
,Greece. We're in Tennessee now immediately after finishing his Among them were a Signal Corps 12th St. West BRADENTON, FLA. Phone 03-4541
and we just went by Lookout college course, and served throughout course at Ft. Monmouth, N. J.,
Mountain. It really is beautiful! World War II, being stationedin and Harvard ,University Graduate
Tampa and Bradenton. Here he Business School, where he earned
met and married the former Miss his masters degree in Business Pools Are Cools
July 18, 1960 Joy Carman, a Bradenton resident Administration. He also served a .
In Kansas City we_had_a great who worked for the State Welfare an ROTC instructor at Cornell ENJOY A DIP IN YOUR OWN PRIVATE POOL

tour. First we had breakfast at Lounge on the large enclosed, screened patio-Cathedral ceilings in the
Veterans Hall. Then we went to SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC panelled living room, dining room and kitchen. Built-in appliancestwolarge
,the Truman Library,and later vis bedrooms. Tiled bath and pool-side dressing room-large carport
ited a Chevrolet Plant where they SHOP THE ISLAND FIRST! and storage.
assemble cars. Very interesting to The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna SEE IT TODAY-WONDERFUL TERMS

see them drop the body onto the Maria Island pledge every effort to, provide .
chassis. One boy wandered off andit JACK HOLMES, Realtor
looked as if he were going to HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
be burned by sparks from a welder FINE QUALITY Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841
but they missed him. FRIENDLY SERVICEThe
Then we went to Swope Park Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce
and a really neat zoo. After thatwe
visited a factory where they

make From Hallmark the highest Cards.point in the WATER SKIINGRELIABLE 67 MILLION DOLLAR

city we could see three cities and
two states, and a local war memo-
rial that is 217 feet tall. SUPERVISIONand

I I We are all excited tonight, for INSTRUCTION INVESTMENT in the FUTURE of the
tomorrow we will get to Colorado -
.... .
On The IslandReasonable -- -
Chris Hoffman-
i Rates "':,

,E Phone For Information _. .
During the first two weeks in Dorothy Brownell 9-6793 or Vivian Johnston 9-3762

:August, while Anna Maria Police
Chief George Jordan is on vaca-
tion, the city will be patrolled by .
. City :Marshal Earl Murdock and Close To Gulf and Shopping Center ty F

the Sheriff's Department. Telephone _
9-3104 _
numbers to call are =-C'
or 21571. Huge living room, equipped kitchen, screened porch,

carport, Exceptional construction. Nice shady lot.
i $17,000 -. Good Terms
of Island
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For .example, your telephone company has
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Mr. and Mrs. Sydney P. Isen- .
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berg of Orange, Connecticut, have .' ."-.. ;8. :;';
sold a home at the corner of 75th "VI'II' --

Street and Marina Drive to Mr. --- -- .
and Mrs. William W. Carnes of

Jasper, Ind., who plan to make .
the Island their permanent home. -.. -,-, .. ... .u.. --

Mr. Carnes will open his own >. \ !/.... ---
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business on Route 301 in the near ,.. .. ill" ". t ..f
future. Leo Mahar of Mahar Real \ '
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Estate, Realtors, handled the sale. 'EIfRJI&.i :,
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Meet The Manatee Press -
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The radio program" "Meet the //,",,; ,.. '. ..y.. ." .- '"-.., .....;.;;;::,-.
Manatee Press, which is broad- r '
both local .. "" :: -
simultaneously over :: ; / ..
radio stations at 5:30 p.m.: each ...... ._' _.0 k .SI ... .. .... .... Residence on 77th Street, Holmes Beach, of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dann, who divide

Sunday, will have as members of .-'.. .. -' "'CZ'/'*".:.....,.;,----0. <'''...'.'.'.'.... ..'. ..'.......,.. .:.".. -' ioL.. .u."., their time between the Island and Alpena, Mich. (Islander Photo)
the panel for Sunday, July 31, "" .
Melody Siplon, Warren Fosdick
.. .. ....
and Jim Gallery, all members of "" -

the Manatee Press Club. Pleasant screened patio recently added to home of Dr.and Mrs. Gray of Key Royale For Rent, With Option To Buy
Guest on the show will be Bill Drive. Patio, which is nearly fifty feet in length and twenty feet wide, was built by
Watson, a member of the engineering the William B. Lee Company. The patio offers a superb vista of the bayou between Ideal for rest home or overnights. 17 rooms, 4 baths,
firm of Pullara and Watson of Key Royale Peninsula and the airstrip. Drt and .Mrs. Gray- were the first residentson two kitchens. 100 feet from the Gulf. On highway.
Drive. (Islander Photo)
Key Royale
Tampa, who furnished the county $200.00 per month on a yearly lease. Completely fur-
with the feasibility report on the
nished. Must be be
seen to appreciated.
Manatee River Dam project,


Moonlight CruiseThe Consisting of two bedroms, two and one-half baths, 12 Units. Attractively furnished. $68,000, $10,000

Bradenton Beach VolunteerFire kitchen and dining area. Large ,!living. roomy .screened cash,. balance on easy terms. Net income, better than
Department will an
evening "moonlight"sponsor cruise porch. Large closed garage. .Exclusive. ,neighborhood.Priced 10% on the investment. Two boats included in the

aboard the "Admiral," with the far below replacement: cost at, only 18900. bargain.
boat to leave the Cortez dock at
7:00 o'clock on Sunday evening, FRANCES LIVINGSTON Realtor
July 31, and will return at 11:00. Phone: 9-6935 Pine Ave., Anna Maria Phone: 9-2932
Live music will be furnished and 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive. Holmes Beach
the snack bar will be open. Ticketsmay
be obtained from any member -
of the Fire Department, its
Public is invited.Men's .
: Sale
Softball League Pre-Development

(Through July 23rd) ,
Kiwanis ___ ____- .. _--- 5 0
Lions __ ._. _.. .-- 3 3+

Firemen _____ _-----. __. ---- 1 4 OPENING PRICES
GAMES LAST WEEK S2' I< #).:r'- G.ivyi wR,:,. iC av 741a -
) Guaranteed Completed Within 18 Months
Chamber 7 Lions 3 All Improvements

bat Contact us for prices, terms and full details '
( 30 times at )
Wiggins (Chamber) ---.515 ._ .. of this exceptional offer

Stokes (Kiwanis) m u _-n_ .513 JACK MARSHALL Realtor
..__...__ .4&i .
_._ ________ .464
Blue (Chamber) CALL Offices at: Key Royale Anna Maria Bradenton Beach
Haverkos (Kiwanis) _m_____.__ .442 ._

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II : : $100 CASH

SOLD Waterfront Lots and Fine Homes

We are happy to welcome to the Island, Mr. and Mrs. $100 down, $25 monthly Includes interest

lot 75 100 feet Zoned residential.
Average x -
Alvin Esposita of Lakeland who have purchased a
-- .- .. "
Gulf-front home on 31st Street, Holmes Beach, from

Mr. and Mrs. Don McGuire.Mr. $100 down, $25 monthly Includes interest

Grading, paved streets, and water lines to be completed on new fingers by
t September, 1951. '
Bonded with City of Anna Maria


$200 down, $37.50 monthly including interest.
Average lot size 75 x 110 feet Zoned residential. \


Open Friday 5 to 8 p.m.In Walter S. Hardin
and Mrs. Esposito will make, ibis. their: .Summer ..

addition to our regular banking Beech home and Dick Wagner Realty will handle the
hours 9 Lmto 2 .p.m.m Realty Company
rental management during the Winter months. We Realtors

have other Beach Front Cottages and Duplexes for

CJ.--'A.f I sale, from $12,000 up. For information, please
BANK contact: .
-. ."C oi Ana I. goAT I DICK WAGNER, Realtor

2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach 9-6101 BOB CABLE, Manager 9-3063

Phone 9-2645 or 9-3762
FRAN MAXON Associate-For Rentals 93685Ir
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Page 6 THE ISLANDER .- -.- -- Thursday, July 28, 1960

NOTICEThe Island VisitorsAn Miss Erna Welsmcmn Island Visitors then tour the Northeast and return -

Board of Aldermen of the Townof and attractive Miss Erna Welsmann 53 died Former Island residents who home via Canada, and the
Holmes Beach will act upon the following interesting recent Midwest.Ed .
proposed Ordinance at Its August visitor to the Island was Mrs. last week at a Tampa hospital.A i spent the past two weeks here were
who interested and
AN meeting ORDINANCE: TO PROVIDE FOR Herbert W. Baker, who with_her native of Germany, Miss Mr. and Mrs.. Ed Schmidt and tive in, the was Island Players while ac-

THE NUMBERING OP HOUSES AND two youngsters, Mike,6, and Elizabeth Welsmann moved to the Island their three attractive teen age
THE TOWN OP living here also did
STREETS WITHIN some writing
HOLMES BEACH. FLORIDA: PROVID- 2, spent a short vacation about two months ago from Wood-I daughters, Camille, Linda and for in this One
INO FOR THE SIZE OP THE AND WHERETO HOUSE here at a Gulfside cottage.Mr. haven, N. Y., to visit her cousin, Paula. Now residents Tuscon, newspapers area.
NUMBERS THEIR COLOR reason for making the trip at this
BE MOUNTED AND TO PROVIDE Baker, who was unable to Dr. Emilia B. Feibes of Cedar Ave- Arizona, the Schmidts includedthe
time was to afford him the
TIES FOR VIOLATION THEREOF. spend the vacation with his family, nue, Anna Maria. She was a pediatric Island on their itinerary dur- of discussing with Random

WHEREAS the Board of Aldermen of -, nurse. ing an extensive motor trip
House in New York the
the Town of Holmes Beach Florida, has Funeral services held last through the southern and eastern City pos-
found that there Is no uniform system were sibility of publishing a book he
of street numbering or house number- week at St. Bernard Mission in part of the country. After leavingthe
of the y has written to be entitled "Shan-
Ing within the corporate limits nw ,
Town of Holmes Beach, and ,rNb 4 a, 'h ec .4 ; Holmes Beach, with the Rev. Fran- Island they planned to visit gri-La."
WHEREAS: the Board of Aldermen of cis F. Welsmiller, pastor of the several points of interest in the
the Town of Holmes Beach, Florida, In Mrs. Schmidt, who has the distinction -
L Burial in Carolinas and to spend
the Interest of public health and welfare f& mission, officiating. was Virginia,
has found that a uniform systemof :, 4" the Skyway Memorial Gardens. some time in Washington, and of being the first girl bornin
numbering streets and houses shouldbe Ind. is
teacher and
in a
adopted, and. Funeral Home Shannon was
WHEREAS, the Board of Aldermen of charge of arrangements. supervisor of the foreign language
the Town of Holmes Beach. Florida, has department in the Tuscon schools.
caused to be prepared and there has
been prepared an Official Register of She too has written a book which
and Streets streets and House within Numbers the corporate of all houses limits Sharp deals with the problems of immigrants -

of said town and such Register Is presently Neilson Sharp, a winter visitorto to this country and their
on file In the Town Office of, the the Island for 20 years, died children.
Town of Holmes Beach Florida and
there Is contained In such Register a : : Monday morning at his home in ;.. army Their three
plan for numbering of streets and Ardmore Pa. startingly pretty
houses to be built or erected In the ,
daughters, Camille, 17, Linda, 15,
future. l -": Mr. Sharp, who reached his
NOW. THEREFORE be It ordained by yy and Paula, 13, are themselves extremely -
80th June 22
of the Town of MikeIslander birthday on spent
the Board of Aldermen Mrs. Herbert Baker and son talented. Paula is a junior
Holmes Beach Florida the winter months at the Duff Cot-
SECTION I. That all of streets within ( Photo) champion backstroke swimmer,
the corporate limits of the Town of tages on Starfish Road, Holmes and Camille and Linda both
Holmes Beach Florida, be and they are In is a foreign service officer in the Beach. Mrs. Sharp died two years are
hereby numbered or named as outstanding swimmers, havingwon
the Official Register of Streets and Department of State, his career
House Numbers presently on file in the ago.He awards in competition. All
Town Office of the Town of Holmes for the past 16 years. They returned was a graduate of German- three are accomplished dancers

Beach, Florida. from Caracas, Venezuela a town (Pa.) Academy and the University Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schmidt, former Islanders -
SECTION II. All owners of real estate and Linda, who aspires to a careeras
within the Town of Holmes Beach Florida few weeks ago, where for nearly of Pennsylvania.Surviving who visited here recently, with their
on which there Is located a house, an actress or model, shows
four he labor attacheat Samuel three lovely teen age daughters, Paula,
other structure used eitheras years, was are one son,
building or Camille and Linda (standing left to right). promise of becoming an unusually
a residence or for business purposes, the American Embassy. Sharp of Paoli, Pa., and one
shall, before Jan. I, 1961 cause to be (Islander Photo) beautiful woman.
placed on said building or structureor Following visits with friends grandson.
In the yard facing the appropriatestreet Funeral services will take
the house number In accordancewith and relatives in this country, the placein

Register and of as Streets Indicated and House In the Numbers Official family will "regroup" in Wash. Germantown, Pa. FOR THE VERY BEST IN PLUMBING

presently on file In the Town Office of ington soon, and will embark for
the Town of Holmes Beach. Florida. INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRSFULL
SECTION III. Size of House Numbersand Karachi, Pakistan, where Mr. keep in practice by talking witha
Color: All numbers shall be not less Baker will begin his next assign German in Venezuela.
than three Inches In height and shall be servant LINE OF FIXTURES
neat, legible and painted or mountedon ment. Two-year-old Elizabeth was
appropriate contrasting back-
ground an so that said numbers shall be Six-year-old Mike qualifies as born in Venezuela, but Mrs. Baker
clearly visible from the street. Numbers quite linguist she does have Yerly Plumbing Company
mounted on a post In the yard shall be a speaking Spanish says not anticipate
marked so as to be clearly visible from fluently-with gestures-with aSpanish. ing any children born in Pakistan.ANYTHING CORTEZ
street and such mount-
the appropriate
Ing shall be reasonably permanent. American visitor at the
SECTION IV. All owners of any new cottage. Mrs. Baker says that Mike
residences, building or structures com
the effective date of this was born and lived his first two
Ordinance shall have fifteen days from and one-half in Bonn Ger-
the date of completion thereof within years ,
which this time Ordinance.to comply with the termsof many, and when they left that I IN THE WORLDfor [ffil GROCERYGroceries

.' SECTION V. Penalties: Any person, country, could speak and under- your lawn, gardenand
firm or corporation violating any of the stand German, and managed to
provisions of this Ordinance shall, upon pets Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products
arrest and conviction be fined not less
than Ten Dollars nor more than One Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer
Hundred Dollars or Imprisoned for not ISLAND DELIVERIES EVERY FRIDAY
more than ten days or be punished by TURNER MARINE
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t es thence northward. In Alaska he country, Olsen was bitten now and -

Carl M. Olsen worked both in the gold fields as then by his old love of the sea,

a miner, and in the towns as a and shipped out as an able seaman .
Last week Mr. and :Mrs. Carl carpenter. or ship's carpenter once in I

}. M. Olsen of Third Street South, There he met the famous and awhile. He took two or three tripsto I

; Bradenton Beach, entertained a fabulous Tex Rickard, who later Japan and other eastern coun-

large group of friends at their become the country's leading box tries and served on an Army trans-

home in observance of Mr. Olsen's ing promoter, and worked for port to the Philippines during the
I 75th birthday. A brief talk with Rickard at the then princely sum early days of World War I.

Carl Olsen soon convinced this of five dollars per day. The days His right forearm is well covered
t writer that a 75th birthday observance were ten hours long, however, and with tattoos that he acquiredin

t was one of the events off there were seven working days in the Orient. On his return from

lesser importance in the extremely each week. Olsen says now that one trip to the Far East he came
f I adventurous life of a very colorful Rickard could have afforded to ashore in San Francisco with $431in

personality.Olsen pay wages much higher than he pay that he had saved, and
was born in Horsens, did, because inasmuch as he own- "lost" it all in one night "on the hi ..
Denmark, a seaport of about ed the leading "entertainment em- town" on the Barbary Coast. Dur- t -
porium" in the town, the money his in San Francisco he Olsen-built 40-inch long model of the Danish training ship Denmark. Constructionof
eventually wound in his till ing years the model from blueprints furnished by the builders of the ship itself, took four I
up know Jack London wellas
came to months of spare time. (Islander Photo)
J anyway. He speaks of his col- a fellow roisterer along the
ii leagues of the post-goldrush daysas waterfront. build balloon anchors at Key Westin One of his hobbies is building

a "tough gang." The San Francisco waterfrontwas World War I. ship models. He has built a few

After returning to the States, "rough and tough" in the A firm believer in trade unions, in bottles, an extremely intricate
Olsen has been member of the His how-
San undertaking. masterpiece
Olsen worked in Francisco as of the and he a ,
I a carpenter and occasionally as a that years Danish century and other Carpenters' Union in this country ever, is a 40-inch-Iong model of
says many and Canada for 56 and the "Denmark three-masted
longshoreman, and was there in sailors, who had landed there with years, a
1906 at the time of the disastrous the intention of staying in the prior to that, for four years in sailing ship, used as a training
9 Denmark and in Hamburg, as ship by Denmark. It dockedat
earthquake and fire, which he survived States, were often shanghaied and was
unharmed, only to be as- headed back home within a few many yellowed union books attest. Jacksonville during several
signed to a detail that had the often of the crews He also carries a card in the International years of World War II. Before
days, as part
unpleasant task of digging some of the ships which they Itinerant_ Migratory making the model, Olsen had to
of the hundreds of earthquake victims arrived.same on Workers' Union, which has received send to the shipyard in Denmark
I out of the rubble. wide publicity as the "Ho where the original ship was built
About 1912, Olsen married and boes of America" union. for the
Later he work for
I, __ Rickard, this again time went in to Goldfield, settled in Chicago, where he plied After the death of his first wifein Olsen says that when he is blue,

r __ evada, where he helped to build his trade for many years, and pro-" 1950, Olsen wandered to the he has a "little sip," takes a cigar

. &ry another night spot, the "Northern ceeded to "become respectable. Island. He bought a lot, later builta and goes out into his backyardand
) Saloon almost He worked on some of the city'sprincipal home, and then married his pres- talks with himself, and remembers -
Lights at an un-
, heard of of $12 buildings, and after ent wife, Gunhilde, a pleasant and all the adventures he has
salary day.
I r. He of the per the World War I, in partnership with gentle woman who had been a had in his colorful life. When talk-
was one spectators at becamea
another Danish-American
, first Tex the widow for some years and was a ing about some of those events of
fight promoted by and built
almost legendary 42-round slug- building contractor sub- longtime friend of both Olsen and long ago, his China-blue eyes lightup
match between many homes in the Chicago his first wife. and he seems about ready to
I ging Joe Gans and Lightweight urbs, prospering until the depres- Since moving here permanentlyafter head for one of the far corners of
II Champion Battling "trimmedhim
sion of the early 1930s
I their marriage in 1952, the globe.
Nelson of Olsen's
one countrymen. .
down to size" financially.To Olsen has active. He has With little his
h The fight, won on a foul by kept a a "retreading"
Gans who later defeated work off some of his excess citation from the Ground Observer wiry frame will be good for many
was by
Mr. and Mrs. C. (M.Islander Olsen Photo) Nelson, drew the largest gate and energy during that time, he be- Corps for building the observa- more thousands of miles, and per-
also offered the largest came the lightweight wrestling tion tower at Bradenton Beach, haps will be able to do another

I 30,000 people, where his father to that time. Two years purses later, up in champion of Illinois for four and recently has helped in the "seventy-five."

owned and edited a daily news- San Francisco, Nelson beat Gans years, practicing his hobby at the building of the addition to the
paper. His early ambition in life in 17 rounds and won the cham- Danish-American Athletic Club, Island Youth Center. For some FRANKLIN PRESS
f was to become a sailor, and inc pionship.The where he eventually lost the cham- time he was the building inspectorin Printing of Distinction
1901, he was awarded a small silver pionship to a "tough Finn." He Bradenton Beach. 322 12th St. W. Ph. 03-0631 I
so-called "Panic
of 1907
=cup for being the youngestI was also.a member of the Danish _________________ ____ : I
which nowadays 'would be calleda -
amateur sailor to win one of the Singing Society.
recession or depression, made
local regattas, and throughout returned the work scarce, so Olsen, in order to After suffering financial lossesin SS WHITE SANDS
of his life he
early years the early 30s, he became
keep eating, signed up to work on
the for brief periods.His .
1 to' sea intendent of all the maintenance
he first the construction of the Panama MODERN ONE AND TWO BEDROOM COMPLETELYAIR
I father insisted that Canal. Men the carpenters at the Century of Progress -
were dying on job
I learn a trade in the several-year- CONDITIONED EFFICIENCY UNITS. LINENS
International Exposition, a
faster than they could be replaced,
apprenticeship system customary victims of yellow fever as the re- position he held for some months _FURNISHED. LOVELY GULF BEACH.Y _
in' northern Europe at that time.
after the closed.At .
sult of mosquito bites. Olsen was
So school at an early
abandoning told that the best "medicine" was other times during his career, Kachudas & Hoffman Realtors
Olsen served four-year
a ap- ,
drink of and he did box-
to plenty rum, some professional
and became a jour-
prenticeship says that he responded well to the"treatment" ing; worked in mines in Mexico;
neyman carpenter at 15. four and survived four helped to build Schmidt's Casino, Holmes Beach Telephone 9-2551
his trade for
Following and in months of the work before return- the first resort hotel in :Miami
both in Denmark
I years nearby Hamburg, Germany, Olsen ing to California. Beach, in 1917; and helped to

, came to this country at the age of

:Massachusetts. By the time he was SCENIC FLIGHTS DAILY

20, he was in Nome, Alaska, having avnswrne?;y 3 Passengers Only $6.00

f 4 i shipped to Seattle "around the -.-/J-:- :-...as.. "-"-'"'C_ EVENINGS 9-5762 Think of First Federal FIRST!


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8 THE ISLANDER Thursday, July 28, 1960

SURF POINT: Mr. and Mrs.: Laurel Reichert and family of Cincinnati Ohio neth Hamiltotn and family of Indian.

MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Turner of Hamilton, Ohio Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Oliver apolis, Ind.LACITA.
Mrs. Charles G. Turner of Gray Hawk, of Springfield, IlL Mr. and Mrs. H. COTTAGE: Mr. and MM.
one' in Ky. Mr. Joachim Kuehue and familyof E. Uhland of Lakeland Mr. and Robert A. Cunningham and children
Tu pleasant, sure, to fee name print.LoRD BYRON Dayton, Ohio Mr. and Mrs. F. Mrs. Carl F. Chafin and family of who will live here permanently.

, Crowley of Detroit, Mich. Mr. and Charlottesville Va. Mr. and Mrs.J. SCHNECK COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs.
CORAL SANDS: Mr. and Mrs. JohnV. Mr. and Mrs. Howard James of Mrs. J. D. McDavid and family of Mt. T. Towsley and family of Winchester, Thomas E. Easterling of Bradenton.
Coker and family of Winter Haven. Lakeland. Dora Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lewis of Mass. SOUTH WINDS: Mr. and Mrs. John
Simmons and Ellberry families of Mrs. G. H. Williams, Jr., and familyof NEPTUNE APARTMENTS: Mr. V. Mrs. S. A. Howze and family of Arlington SANDRA COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs.
Ruskin. Winter Haven. H. Nelson and daughter of Elmhurst Va. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Ber- Clayton Snow of Bradenton.
LOPEZ COTTAGES: Mr. and Mrs. Norman Franklin of Pine Avenue, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. John Finko and lage Jr., and family of Clearwater AURORA COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs.
Billy Helms of Oneco Mr. and left Saturday for two weeks' trainingat son of Downers Grove, IlL Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. William Sharp and familyof W. C. Mulda of Tampa.
Mrs. Charles E. Goo and family of Fort McClellan, Ala., with the Bra. Mrs. H. McEvers of Orlando. Guilford N. C. THREE SISTERS: Mr. and Mrs.
Palmetto. denton National Guard Unit. Miss Jennie HARBOR LIGHTS: Mr. and Mrs. L. DONA DEI: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marion Lee of Clewiston Mr. and
GUERRA COTTAGES: Mr. and Franklin of Englewood is staying A. Davis of St. Petersburg Mr. and Bass and party of Lake Wales. MM. Alton B. Lay and family of Tampa.
Mrs. Ronald Lehman of Dover Mr. with Mrs. Franklin during his absence. Mrs. Donald Brown of Nocatel Fla. MAHAR APARTMENT: Mr. and PRINCESS MARTHA Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Regan and family of BIMINI BAY COLONY CLUB: Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Betz of Lakeland Mrs. E. R. Ferguson of Cincinnati W. E. Jones and family: of Lakeland Mrs.
Pompton N. J. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. T. M. Jordan and childrenof Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bormouth of Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. James H.
Thomas C. Howard of Plant City Lakeland Mrs. Jean Comparettoand Akron, Ohio Mr. and Mrs. E. W. PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. son and daughter, of Birmingham Morgan, Ala.,
of St. Mr. and
Gilmore Petersburg
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Pooser and familyof family of Tampa. end Mrs. Leon Rice of Swannanoa Mrs. Helen Simmons and childrenof
Mrs. W. T. Bland of Mt. Dora .
Lake Wales. NICHOLS HOUSE: Mrs. Henry N. C.SS. Winter Haven.
HAVEN Mr. and Mrs. J. Park and children of Atlanta Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morris of Lake Jem
BELL : WHITE SANDS: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Don Irwin and
M. P. Holder and family of Gaines. son.
Aiken and family of Palmetto. Mrs. James Wright and daughter
Rose and Donna Meo of Bob
Roy daughter
are spending two in Hamilton -
ville Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller of
SOUTH WINDS: Mr. and Mrs. J. Jean and son Ray returned to Sanford Mooresville, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Ken. Ohio.
W. Spencer of Tampa Mr. and after spending two weeks at the Gibson No. Canton Ohio Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Joe Sanders of Bradenton. Cottage. Frank Nerville of Largo Mr. and ..
HOLIDAY APARTMENTS: Mr. andMrs. PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. John Daniels of Albany, Ga. .
A. E. Harris and party of Tampa W. E. Jones and family of Lakeland Mrs. L. M. Shackleford and party of ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER :

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barlow and Wauchula Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gubigof Holmes Beach Anna Maria Island Florida
UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance family of Lakeland.Mr. Lake City Mr. and Mrs. Carl ,
and Mrs. William Izzard and Ullrich of Crystal River, Fla. Harry
Required three children of Miami will arrive on Fairbanks and family of Binghamton
( Payment the Island Thursday for a brief vaca N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hilemanof Tfie; lsla"? Plialmacu
inch 50c mInImum
1.00 :
tion. Mr. Izzard sales and advertising Muncie, Ind.
for the Royal Castle Chain of NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. L.
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of cloth- manager restaurants, will seek a location for Griffith and family of Tampa Mr. Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
ing. Dressmaking Drapes. Phone one of his compay's units in Sarasota. and Mrs. William Izzard of Miami future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
Mrs. Frank Beard, S241._ Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Vondrickand Mr. and Mrs. Chelo Dega of Tampa registered pharmacists on the Island.

RIGHT ON TAMPA BAY: For Rent son, Glen of Phoenix, Arizona, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bursley and
of Mrs. J. D. Lang. Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
during July and August. Modern are visiting Mr. Vondrick's parents, family Tampa
two bedroom furnished home. Living Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Vondrick of ley and family of Brandon Mr. and
room, dining room, electric kit. Spring Avenue, Anna Maria, for two Mrs. Lloyd Robertson of Brandon Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars I
chen. Sleeps 6 to 7; ideal for small weeks. Mabel Littlejohn and party of Bartow. and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
children. Phone 6-3123 days. THREE SISTERS: Mr. and Mrs. T. LAY-Z.LIV.N APARTMENTS: Mr.
J. Douglas and family of Ft. Meade. and Mrs. W. T. Bridges of Polk City COMPLETE REXALL LINE
FOR RENT or for lease by year. Unfurnished CRAIG COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schenk and
two bedroom CB home Earl Stansell of La Fayette Ga. family of Cincinnati, Ohio Mr. and Open Sundays 8:30 am. to 12:30 p.m.
with king-sized living roomdiningarea. WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mrs. Mrs. Robert McAtee and family of
Carport and utility room. Gas H, Olsen and Mrs. T. Tafte and children Covington Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Phone 9.5211 Night 9.4292 J. D. Webb, Pharmacist
hot water. Roomy closets. Tile bath. of Tampa.LA Harrell of Belle Glade Mr. and
Refrigerator and range. Conveniently CASITA: Mr. and Mrs. NormanL. Mrs. J. B. Saya and family of Ft. ..

located for shopping. Reasonable.Call Boyd of Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. Boydis Meade Mr. and Mrs. Arling KEEP COOL
9-4681 or 9.7091, or write Box a brother of Dr. Herbert Boyd of Richter of Plant City Mr. and Mrs.
1087, Holmes Beach, Fla._ Holmes Beach. Mr. and Mrs. RobertJ. Orris J. Nile and family of Pinehurst,
Marshall of Palmetto for a month. Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Richterof
Sample WITH
COIN PAPER-$2 per Head year. Pennies BEALL APARTMENT: Major and Tewksbury, Mass. Mrs. O. E. SHORT SHORTS
Copy 20c. Indian Coin Mrs. K. L. Collings and family of Mulberry Cason and daughter of Dover Mr.
wanted. John W. Millington and Mrs. James Grant and family of
for weeks. and Mrs.
two Major
Ellenton .
and Stamp Shop. BERMUDAS
Collings have recently returned from Mulberry Mr. and Mrs. Vernon ,
Phone 65918._ Japan where Major Collings was as Aired of Tampa on their honeymoon

HOLMES BEACH LOTS: Shell Drive, signed.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Hague and HALTERS BLOUSES SWIM SUITSLeAnn's
$3,000. 82nd Street, $2,650. Palm and Mrs. Clayton Jenkinson of family of Mulberry Mr. and Mrs.
Drive corner, $3,150. Two Marina 77th Street, Holmes Beach, left a few I. Aubrey Hayes and son Henry of
Drive corners $3,000 each. John B. days ago to visit in Ohio and Michigan Mulberry Mrs. Martha Benford Tropical TogsIRENE
Prothero, Real Estate. Tel. 93281. for several weeks. and family of Lakeland Mr. and a
Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Michael and Mrs. M. M. Jones of Clearwater CASSADY. Owner -:
FOR SALE: Modern 3 or 4 bedroomCB daughter, Sharon returned to their Mr. and Mrs. Jay R. Bridges and familyof -=
home near school and shopping. 77th Street home recently after a short Polk City. Phone 9-6131 LAYAWAY PLAN

Built-in kitchen, including dishwasher. vacation in North Carolina. BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS WE GIFT WRAP
100 by 100 lot on Gulf side of Mrs. Henry Sederburg, Mrs. Hazel : Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Taylor r.
Gulf Drive. No streets to cross to Bird and Miss Nancy Bird returnedto and daughter of Lakeland Mr. and
private beach. Wonderful for chil their home recently after a trip of Mrs. J. J. Bennett of Arcadia Mr.
dren. Will take a lot as down pay several weeks to their former home in and Mrs. W. T. Bland, Jr., of Mt. Dora
ment. Will sacrifice. Call 9-6151 or New York State. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Lopez of WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR
write Box 1772, Holmes Beach, Fla. TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Tampa Mr. and Mrs E. R. Newtonof NEEDS-Whether
you buy or not, we welcome
FOR SALE BY OWNER: Two bed. Ajah and party of Tampa Mr. and Lakeland Owen Mall of Seffner, you to shop in our store-
home. Living room with fireplace Mrs. Alvin Brown and family of Greer, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Horton and Come in and see our selections.
room awnings all S. C. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Klaban family of Tampa Mr. and Mrs.
dining area,
around. Closed garage. Large land Jr., and family of State College, Pa. C. L McBride of St. Petersburg ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL 9-4584
scaped lot. Crescent Drive, Anna Mr and Mrs. William Watts and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Spry of Sarasota .
Maria. See or write R. W. Schu- family of Ft. Meade Mrs. H. E. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dillerman of Vero 4
chard Anna Maria. Uhland and sons of Lakeland Mr. Beach Dr. and Mrs. Wilson of The Way You Would Do It At Home
and Mrs. I. R. Rodigincy and familyof Tampa Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wim-

FOR SALE: Canal lot on paved street. Tampa. berly of Columbus, Ga. Mr. and Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service
Also 26 foot Higgins Cruiser. Phone HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Warren MacGregor of Ft. Lauderdale .

9-7413, or write Ken Tout, Anna Kenneth Rhodes of Lake Wales . Mrs. V. H. King, Jr., of HOURS: 7:30 to 5:00 Closed Wed. Afternoon, All Day Sat.
Maria, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Peter :Manos and familyof Bradenton Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
New York Citty Mr. and Mrs. Carroll of Poland Ohio Mr. and HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751
FOR RENT: Two bedrooms, bath, liv L. L. Britt of St. Petersburg.MERRIMACONTHGULF. Mrs. Delmar Baum of Chester Ohio
ing room kitchen and carport. $65 : Ruby Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Stalney of I
per month year around. Unfurnished. Sweat and party of Gibsonton, Fla. Ocala Mr. and Mrs. Dorwin Sweetof
Norman Rosedale. 9-5314 or 97765. WE ARE NOW HANDLING THE QUALITY LINE OF
_ Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Millspaugh and Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE: Largetwo family of Indianapolis, Ind. Ed Young of Findley, Ohio Mr. and r
bedroom house across street PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Ber- Mrs. C F. Chastain of Lakeland PHILCO AIR CONDITIONINGSALES
I from Gulf. Renovated inside last nard Banstra of Bradenton Mrs.A. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Sadler and partyof
$75 month by the year, L. Decker of Chicago Mr. and Winter Haven Mr. and Mrs. Jack & StKYKeISLAND
year.$7,500. Brokers per protected. 97695. Mrs. Jerome Parker of St. Petersburg Jackson of Pinellas Park Rev.
or Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gessler of Bay Frank Beard and Mr. E. Futch of Lake TV

YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE City, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Placid Mr. end Mrs. Melvin Holmes Beach Phone 9.3553
: Mowing, edging, trimming Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Morgan Cooper and family of Elkhart, Ind. .
Floors cleaned and polished of Plant City. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Spilman of Vero
: Windows washed and oiled EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Beach Mr. and Mrs. Ray Beiss-
Prompt and efficient service Harold Cherry and children of Lake. wanger and family of Decatur, Ill. SERVICE
Reasonable rates references fur- land Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fali Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Frederick of Elk- t t
Is Our Business
9-4463 of Lakeland Mr. and hart Ind. *
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone and children after 4:30.WANTED Mrs. A .W. Feldman and family of CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. FIRESTONE TIRES BATTERIES
Winter Haven Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Roger A. Fuller of Ft. Wayne, Ind. .
: Male or female help. Position McCall and family of Bowling Green, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Alexander and IGNITION BRAKES WHEELS :
open as secretary for local Florida. family of Ruskin Mr. and Mrs. A. give: NATIONAL CAR RENTALS
office of National Voluntary Health jl
'Organization. Work entails meetingthe
public, attendance at some night Value ; Emergency Road Semite
committee meetings. Personal transportation Top --

necessary. State qualifications US insure your Island Shell Service !
in letter to Box 737, Anna mfe
Wm. Hochstetler
Maria. Stamps ,
w&nleifLet Tel. 9-6121
FOR SALE: Five Dresden Lamps, $75. BOAT

Two are a pair. Call 92254._ .

JNear Gulf in Holmes Beach. Completely WEEKLY SPECIAL TABLE ,

furnished. Two-story duplex. n u TOOLS TOOLS TOOLS I
Good opportunity for investor or for and enjoy -
home and income property. Only
$13300. Edgar Messersmith, Realtor.
William Murray, Associate. Call carefree boatingStanley POWER HAND GARDEN


FOR SALE: New G. E. Liberator Priced To Give You Savings Of 1/3 to 2/3
|Model J-408 Giant 23-inch Oran; For further information
i|Companion 11*inch oven. Removable Building Holmes Beach
doors meat thermometer dial, DOBBE'S
:plug-in speed grill browns evenly YOUR ISLAND'S OLDEST CALL 9-4121

i all over many other features. Retails INSURANCE AGENCY 9-3753
'for $499, will sell for$350. 326 Spring
Avenue, Anna Maria.

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